"Monster" nanny Noella Allick, jailed for allegedly shaking a Manhattan newborn and leaving her with brain damage, will soon be charged with breaking another infant's bones, the Daily News has learned.
Allick will be formally accused of injuring the Nassau County baby shortly after the girl's April birth.
The injuries - a fractured arm, leg and collarbone, and two broken ribs - were discovered at a routine doctor's visit in mid-June.
Allick, of the Bronx, has been jailed on Rikers since late June when she confessed to the NYPD's Manhattan special victims squad to shaking Sarah Jane Donohue in her family's Manhattan apartment just days after Sarah's June 5 birth. She was branded a "monster" by Sarah's parents, Patrick and Vanessa.
Allick told investigators that she shook Sarah after being unable to rouse the baby and get her to eat.
She kept quiet for nearly two weeks. By then, doctors at Lenox Hill Hospital had concluded that Sarah not only had brain damage but two broken collarbones and two broken ribs - and was the victim of a crime.